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TIIE ARTZONA REPUBLICAN WKDXESDAT MOTIVING, OCTOTiER f5, 1000 Pipe J? ipe J- ipe LDOfiL BREVITIES. Card3 of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church i fairs or socials, will nut be printed in The Republican except when paid fur. amazing and berg's Stock Boys' and Children's GALVANIZED and BLACK FITTINGS, SOLDER, BRASS GOODS, MAGNO LIA METAL. TITI.R CONTEST- OPKN FOR EJIYODV. iinnaralloH Jo Cntri of Men's Clothino-. Clothinsr. r". : u : r" ,-1 i 01 nr tj kv!q are Headquarters for Everything to Wear for Men and Boys. I A framed 17x17 platinum photograph will lie Riven f:r the most appropriate ! title of a picture on display at Alus ' soy's studio, awarded by three judges, ! on October fi. VMX I A. F. MKSSIXOKR, Viewist. I ilfUfSF '2'6 Ei Washington! ilujfGf 9 Street, New Mexico Territorial Fair. I'lieniue, September 17 to 21. On account we iviil Et-li St ptemher 17. and 19 round trip tickets good S ptenibcr -I, at rate of $i.!.Si). E. W. OII.LKTT. General A sen Albu-wiiich 1 u mil ;t and Best Fall and Winter Goods. FOR OVER ZTFTY TEAR3 MOHAVE MINES Big Strike in the Occident and a Sale ; at Chloride. i Allen K. "Ware, resident managt r of the White Hills Mining Company, was in Kingman last week. He says that 111" strike of phenomenally rich silver gold ore b. low tb " level of the o cidt nt ine is still Ik. lilies out. The s'haft will now be continued to Hie t.tiwi foot level and the interdmediate ground blocked out. The strike below the '. means much for mining in .hat s 'ctio:i of Ithe country, as it effectually settles the question of the mine going down. The Occident, says the Mohave Miner, is one of the best of the White Hills veins, and has shown a regular dip, while the other veins have been more or less broken in th - dip. Willi the sinking of a deep working shut"; on the Occident th? company will also sink another prosp. ct ing shaft on their nest of claims north of the town of White Hills. All of these claims have been big surface producers, but wita dep;h they became very much broken and the ore scattered through large bodies of gangue. It is beli- ved by . xperii need mining men that there are some great ore bodit-s untouched in the ground ly ing between tile Prince Albeit and the upper ledge of the (;. A. It., anil a :1c p siiaft would r:i tea every thing in that ground. John 1 tarry, of Oh! Hide. came. over to Kingman last Monday to receive the first payment on the sale of the Mme-sofca-Oonnor mines, of which he was the owner. Thr amount of the first pay ment is said to have been .-Vooi. and the sum for w hich complete title passes is $:;00.MiO. Tiie two niim-j purchased from Mr. Harry are ivaliy the great tst pieces of mining property in Ariz ona. Many men have beeome iich from the sale of the sm fa. e o' s and as vet the mires have been coinpa fit ti ly un touched. Mr. l.oy. who n goiiatc.l the ileal, i.- expected to arrive in Kinuaian next Moil lay. Alnady work on the newly acquired mines lias been insti- j luted un lor the direction of William j Miller. Mr. I,oy's expcrienci d foreman, i The road leading to the mine has be. n 1 repaired and about a tna of steel and j other supplies :aken t the mine pr paratcry t starting work unit ground. It is sa: 1 that th.- company i has also tak n over tile Merriinac mine' and mill and will for s nne time use this I mill to dress up the ores and put them ; in marketable shape. Many other j mines have g.me into the deal, but the' two Rairy prop rtks o ,er.-i;a low all j el'.-e in the ti ar.saction. i On llie Alexander mine. On: m Uasia, ! at a depth of fifty re, t. James LHmdon. has opened up a beautiful body of gold ore. Pom.- time ago s veral young j niinei-s had a b ase on the mine and run I a level at titty fi-ct. Tney ran tile drill along the foot wall, getting very liil.-j ore. A miner in the employ nt' Mr. I Jiundon made the discovery ot me Ml the hanging wall and now ail that re mains is for tin- mintrs to take it down! and sack k. The oi - body shows at the bottom of the shaft, a di pih of eighty feet, and a 'drift will be run off on the ore at once. This ore runs frjin live to twelve ounces in e.ikl. WE COULDNT GET READY for our Sale today, but will tell you all about it in tomorrow's Republican, te dt Mrs. Wlnflow's Soothing Syrup has be-n used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle XOTv" OrEX. The Leland, Adams street, between Center and First streets. Xictiy furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Transients accommodated. 10 O Q Q O Qothtng Sale of the Year Thi-s t : : t lit) ; . m cr.e of m:i;iy a sale, hut none so important :n I his. Here's a sptc'al sale of Men's and Boys' Ma!chle?3 Clotli at absolutely unrivalled low p:ice3. Tlie very latest creations in Fall and Winter Wear. We plnce before yen the choicest pro duct? cf the world's greater-t cloth ins; markets. A brand nev.r s!oek of F;dl and Winter Eeady-to-Wear Cjothes. eervthinr' that's new snd JtlMJl lor r-Ien ;ere for vou and at the Eovs' very 105 N. Spring; St, Los Angehs. i l)r. L. C. fl.inz.iles. dtntist. ollief 1 stairs in the C-rtt- n block, corner W. tngton an 1 Center streets. up ! ish- i iionabln to wear is 1 loTfst, price sucli goods could be sold for. See the Clothing Bar gains we offer at $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $17.50. version was made, ter .:aken fi om the The substitution seems t ho rejoeie discovers only mat book. of a close imitation d by admirers of the genuine ..hing in the i.i-e of Tin; Mur phy's asumptiiin of Sol Smiih Itusseli's role in "A Itaehelor's Komanee," and a tour in the west is said to be unprofita ble, although .Mr. Murphy is said t du plicate Mr. Jtusseil with won.!.-: f.il ex actness. Who the supt rnunieiarii s in "Spirt ing lafe" struck for more- pay in a west-ill tow n. the ush ts in tile th-a're wi -iv found t i be familiar enough with the play to bad a l. i of hastily gata tld Volunteers cITi clually. and tin- pt-r-fermance was n it lfindered much. it is said in I-nid- n thai an Ameri. .in s.iowman has bought the tar which wa- Pn.-iJont Krugei' s h"adquai ,ei s in the South African War. and will us i: in the I'niled Stat.-s. but in what way is not explained. FUANOK'S (IliKAT WINK YIIOLO. Ii-ally the f'rooiu From Onde t of American Win:-s i- Frencli Skies. ,-re,l boo .-a, airy yellow s dragon, and an ai They ai sat ion '.-. York live re 1 or a i: e.nbroid iie prince r endani piin making fa n the sl:::!i ir.g Join nal Ivi I turban oiled to a ! -red v. itii royal ai rim e orange ir. ore o .f l'ersi and a hi It of a go!d s Violet ' a sen- A MATTKU OF Ji'H i.MKXT. Mis. 1 'inks Isn't O.d. OeFit a ver;. br..ad-min h d man? -Mrs. Links i sapp jokes he gets off r eno-ly bl oa 1. 1 it ..! ONE oe TWO THREE and FIVE-ACRE LOTS CLOSE !V FOR SALf. t al .must ways so 4-Room and 5-Hoom Brick Houses at verv ; low figures and easy iterms. Itr.',--! r-ni 1.1: Turk v 30 to S. Iinn 'r t l.1 ami music E. A. SPAULD1NG. ! No. 41, Wst Adams Street. o 0 O O O O m Q O 6 Coys' linee Pants Suits. Ximes. France Wine has been offer ed during the iasl three weeks at as low as 1 iier barrel. J.arge sales were made yesterday at $l.-"0, and per liarrel of 110 quarts. Th vines are weighed down with luscious fruit that is fast taking the last purple tinge and is swelling to bursting under the in t sun. A grape grower brought in a sma'U vine yesterday to which hung ninety live bunt-lies of grapes, and this little overloaded branch of gr.--n and purple fair specimen of the average if today. men in this section ot but one cans-- for anxiety, to lind barrels in which -o- TOPICS THEATRICAL News and Gossip of Plays and Play j People. I The wife of Langdon Miteh.il v.i!l play a part in his- dramatization of j "The Adventures of Francois." his ' father's novel. She was an at ivss be- j fore her marriage. ' A daughter of Kleon ua Pnse Ini ' ! completed a university course at Mu- j nich at the age of r.i. but will c mtinuej to study with a view to becoming a i teacher in a college. She is said tot have no theatrical bent. j Ellen Terry's daughter, who was oil ' tne stage awnile in the Irving compa ny, and who retired avowedly to be t un.- a ib signer of stage co--iu:ues. has really gone into that business. Several recent plays in London have been clothed by her. There is a law in Munich forbidding passionate kiss s and enibraei s on the stage. An actor was lately fined for vi olating it. although he simply oo.-yed the author's directions. A wooden cannon was used in a war play at Ft. Worth, Texas. The explo sion of a ligh; charge burst it, and a fragmt nt hit a man in the gallery, in juring him .- sev. rely that he died a few days later. A bloodhound in "I'm le Tom's Cabin" at Itrownsburg. In. I., tieeaine so realis tic in his a ting that a man in the com pany ha 1 to be sent to the hospital and the dog to his prave. The figh: between Minnie Ma. Idem Fiske and C-rtrude 0..ghlan over rival stage versions of "Vanity Fair." seems absurd in view of tin- fa t that Thack eray's novel is no; protected by copy right in it his country. A perusal of the play that Miss Oogblan uses, and which was put together by her father, the late Charh s Ooghlan, b fore Mrs. Fisk-'s was i vineyard ! Tile win. j France havi . and that is ! house the purple ti.iod. Coopers have j been active during the last two month.-. and yet 'barrels are scarce. All the I cili. s of France arc being drawn upmi. I S..I0011 k cpers have reduced the prue j of common wines to 4 sous a bottle, j hoping thus to get their barrels onio I tied. A hoii .-.lie wine dealer can practically control mo market in hts vicinity if In- is long ,,n emptv barrels. ! It. is generally stipulated when wine j is sold that the purchaser shall return i the barrel at bis own expense, and the t cry "s. nd back n.y barrels" is going i out from every wine dealer's house. Jl is calculated that one ha ire! will serve seven veils if properly eared for. I'.ari'ing I lie possibility of widespread destructive hailstorms the yield this year will be about ;' million he -t,, liters. The ri- h vines of France which were all destroyed, root and brane'n. by the aH-eunuuering American phylloxera. which was imported on vines from Cal ifornia. have all been replanted ivo n- stituted. as the French say by reo-iv-ing tlie graftsi f American vines. Your iins take the sling of the phylloxera, but th-- oieairiee- imnicliatolv fills with sap and closes. So thi si- vines which' are producing all this wine are r.allv American, but under this southern sun. in a now soil anil w ith French t i i-a t - mint, tiny produce genuine I'l ii -li , wiiv. The article is wh it is called via j mdinaiie. ..f a deep, red line, sold pure.; but generally diluted by one-half with; some mineral waier before being' drunk. Tlie vines are more product- , ivo after than before grafting. Many ! vineyards produce nearly t.oeo galor.s per acre. Tlie gathering and tlie pies.-.ng of ih.. ; grapes begins in this p:irl of France: about the tirst Week in September. Farther mirth in tin- rich I l-i -milage j ilisiiiet in llcaujolais. r.urgutidy audi ItoideallX tlie yield w ill be proportion- j atily great over f. inner years, and the ' vintage w ill begin in tic latter part -f Septemb-r. Chicago Itee.ird. I G2sioers and tecrs Gored Y7ITKGTJT TEE ilKIFE. OR. MIOBARD to moves cxiernal prowihs by local medical itm. i II is liiclliO'i is stifv. Mire1 aii'i ij-oi--fi;'. l 1-!:U toUlMnUMJS J'.llll SptM illlfTlS Ti liU'Voi I'jill C ti-j "-ec!! ui ntiio'.'. 'Vl.Q .liu-uir i.!iil;t. ii snfo;ilty ( oiir-niir (i jv.Misc - unri r t.'ir.4 i :' it 4 r.Tl r :i 1 j i;ro-,i i Tiie k oi IV i- i'.t i lure i n ii 1:: rc p.-r ot'iit .jf i-h-c's. !; IliMi;itis rnt l is k s'i'r .''''?. His svstt'm is ratioiiMl and seict I i rlo.. J l'tiiH:tiiid-4 i!ic aniii:al!y in ilic I'i1 i'd ( li.'c;lie tillVOMlljv u ii r:i V it a Ho? liT.diT--I;',i(i t it unrMiibi'' ( un :i ; u- Ti to t!i: !;:ii:V. T:i-ri' is imeiit wit I iout rt nit ii. art s I T)lc disr;i. TI,. ( dt :in I hi ii7 l)n- ;i rf medy a treui S 0 O o o 0 10 jO ; 1 0 KCMeSER OUR P8EE EMPLOYMENT OPHCE. o o o o o o o o o 0 Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q o o o o o o o o a o o o Long Pants Suits. variety ot Young tsoy Tbc gna'.ost. Men'is Lorg Pcnt.s that Las ever been shown hi Phoenix in sges 1-1 to 10 yea-s, ali handsomely tailored, ru irantee-1 perfect fitting, nicely Ihieh made with doub'e- breastod vo.3, and wortli fully 25 per cent, more than we ask. Si 80. S5.ee, S7.50, $10.00, $12.00. Oar stcck of Boys' Knee Pants Suit? is ihe most coaimeie, and com priced all the latest and newest styles the fci;::js frcm 3 to 8 are made up in three-)ieee suitp, cDat?, jiants and vests. The sizes 8 to 15 come in double-breasted ccat style. Our prices are really one-quarter cheaper than these suits would cost you either at home or anywhere else. $1.25, $2, $2.50, $3, S4.0Q and $5.00. UNDERWEAR. Men's Wool Fleeced Underwear, ex tra heavy weight, well made, cheap at 75 cents. All size;; CI Hp shirts and drawers 3jjm Men's Dei by Bibbed, heavy cctton for fa 1 wear; gcol value at 40c ; a3 long as they last 1 C r they go for - Jti Meu's All "Wool Natural Gray end Camel's Hair Underwear; regular $1.25 values; we sell for.... Men's Heavy Derby Bibbed, in plain and fancy co'ors Underwear that is sold anywhere for 05c. AJ C here for i J j MEN'S SUITS. Jast received, 100 dozen Men's Extra Heavy Cheviot Working Shirts, best cn earth at... JUL Men's Fancy C.;ssimere Shirts: fall 65c. $!.G0 weights; full sizes; well made; various co.'ois Full line3 of all the Latest Eastern Novelties in Men's Laucdried Per cale and Madras Shirts from 50c. up. " m cc L i n Specials- .j, Chronic ( ;:sea1S. '" CONSULi'IMQ PHY3IC1A S'.'CCEiSFUL 5KIUFUL D?niBBAED. p'.'t Dr. IiiDbard'L p.f 'know lodged J ty and Bladder disonscs. II iv i.t-cm i i;e:i I sm-iTssisMii- to rt,t iuual ability', I.mK ex perience and h!jo!iitc reliability. Hi-; iiMMliod.. itn- M'wnys Ia''-r uml ltit. (( tiVHis srii'ir i(i -nUy Sexual Debility nn l Seminal Weakness, i nin iiii'ii i v ri'..'inr;iii' t ht'ir frr: U - ihiu.m ininiiv-: o'idi! 1111S4 Spec- ) lirj'' nu-tl-nil v ini in t'i jr 1 1 v dtu ui.Minit' v. 1 1 1 1 1 ;i i'i 1 j o; 11 uiis A nd drMruciivi; rrTfcts v p. (-. i ; y Hi:d jM-rin-inu'ir'v iMirt'd. No matter who has laiid Dr. Hiibard will cure you it' ymr ... b.' n:riiidf. Cancers, 1 K-t-i and FxtiT-ml Jro.vti.s i)o-niv iy removed without the knife r -vit.- in-Mii:---. Ti-st i 111011 in! - at iJ'm.'. Delay 13 oang-eroua. lu i:.t wait until ton iittf. I; jtusvilj'!' always exam ined by an export. Talk vviih hi in and judiit. yourself i. hN inft-tri-ity and auiiity. (uisi:lrrttitinFro8. IIonr. M to L', 1 to :'. ; to 7. OtfHV and lahor-itnry. l'i;- outli Second Avenue, Jiildmrd Iiuikiiii&r. I'hoen:x. Aiizoini. ;.ADUA" OF U-uASD MEDICAL COLLEG; ONE OF THE BEj.' !H THE WCRLD. WHISK BROODS mmm Vv'e oiler y. DO'Wri ha -1 11 :i fur ; e everytliinsr i;no.l one, ?.i rood GOODS in WHISK-BUOOAIS. , anil an extra quality, in our line. Xew STOCK just in. WH anJ 50e. See our WIN- cS5 fta u 3; Bin to HfiTr ii 'OXT GET WHAT TOTJ RPAR'Q A3j FOR AI Dtrtli J Ieystone Pharmacy, cytln. !v Cancer can be curni iin.1 with lin.- . - i n unit cum jilct-- mu. . Do not bo deceiver! it vou l uve n tric.iih im ; i:uillcr lieu si. mil v. Ic tl'i-r .-iiiiI.;ss i.r lint it N m: -p cii.c-. hc.i I mr ill lie i'umtil'iitel v remov- ! lemre it i '.no lute. Judffa the doctor I v tae cures lie cinkcs- Tt.e cr.liiiMiy iin. tiM ir;..-; tO '!e inn milch . .'If -CHltC his IHCII'I il'S HTl.l 1.1'i-nnn's i.ri lic'ciit in ;iii i-ni-iicd::;- l r..iicli. I ilte .i;ic!; i.i' till Iraki's he ini-lc.- i.l lumc I Ihe hliU. expsrit i.e.- ! M-'fii! i i',c nl.ility j oitT. liiiii.Hiii itre iiii'iucstiotici in'si.Ks l,e flu. s liy rthrr" n he uuii'li! 'like ta 1".- 1I1. he liy Consultur ion fr e. rll rniilres IlitiliRni ! hll'tiiilii;, lit : J-i,!ilh Sceullii Avellllc, t lluvuix. i Arizi.nu. Hiiurs lu-l' l-i r-7. i A . ' 1 1 ! . :i l-.i I J-'kini miik til Kc lift ter to hct wntc nut likelv ricuniiiiendeil as far wash tile floms with than !.- '. The pi-acLi'ce. however, is cine into general use. to Iiotic-3 or Xissolr.tion of Parlnsiship VOTI l' is tier' hy siv -u thi-i t ne tirn ktlov. it s i;.i-art i'.tr.-ai. c.i,ii...' tusin-ss ft! '. s Nui'ih S-i'o:i i nveritc. I tiiis. the '-Mil c.-woi .--cptt. r.i i.; r, ilisi.l ca l' tiiutuai ten- I FOR HANDSOME CHANDELIERS for lioth Gas mid tlecfric Lights there is onlj- one jilticein thi. town that i-ttn ii 1 1 the hiil, and that's SCOVi'Jt's. lie's tjie man, anil lie has tlie goods. 'COVille i.'iii r-how you lite prettiest line of light fixtures that ever came to Phoenix, 'l ite trlasswaie is j eifiet ai.il tliere is tut endless variety of it. liut tvhin it ((.mis to tie jut" al work, that's where ScoviHc sliincs. Fee his dis play at ihe store. , THE SCOVILLE PLUMB NG COv 111 WEST ADAIiIS STKEET. I Ii. I.. I'lirker retires an' A . .t . tt.iei: i will j i'i.:' ; ';c : In- 1.11-i if :;;ui ;:sN..lili ail in : .l-'hleiltless all.! en "eels nil cum:.. . I . ,,s I T 1 ii. j'. I'AKKtii. j ' - . I 1 New I iri 'i'i ' HI M 1 liiiic; 1 I Besi T in 1 1 inns: :n Sighfi ! Investigate Thoroughly ' Before you purchase a typewriter. The Smith-Premier is tie best. why is- COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL K'NOWN? BECAUSE: t?. Are more famous for serve Totfe ,i'.. mid Sal a lis -cat nt.. re pile an. I Pastry. A PAX.ZI.lXi: SIT.TAXA IX l'All more M Al. ats. Are the ohl.-s; r n ess). Utive foil sti.rase anil Steam. Are t: ICE OKEAH WHOLESALE st.itirant peoj.Ie in the city (nine years in the husi- 1 to date in everything. AND SSTAlu. 1: 1 at ' : ; m Paiis-'Phe SttUana nf Masina. wife of Kinr Anuih.iii of the Sninlan. is oti-' of Ihe litest visitors to the Paris fair, and l'aris is very much intercsteil ie re-r. Sin- is always so closely veiled that it is impossible f..r anyone lo e ,tch even a glimpse of her face. This has Riven rise to wondrous stories of h ! ! wondrous, beauty, which is said 11 ! eclipse tin- far-famed loveliness of i Cleopatra or tin- queen of Sh.-eha. Th ! sultana's raiment is th- most koi'Kc.us I apparel Paris has seen in many a L.tii; j day ami it is only equalled by that ..f j Kinpr AKUiliou. In fact, the entire suit..- j from Masina is wonderfully arrayed. The kiiifr has gone about i lad in a , magnificent sleeved mantle covered 1 with gold embroidery, yellow embroil! - , : -1 1 YOUR MONEY'S TGRTH EVERY TIME U wb&t you get when purciiasiris: yoT foods at this store. Good v.'eight, hlsli quality and low prices has made F. Grielel'8 the purchasing center lior the thrifty and for those who appreelot. Bperior grades of cofee3, teaa, canue-3 giwd, cereals, flour and meats. "Llvi and let live"' Is our motto ud ra Ji UP to It. FRANK GRIEBEL, TbI. 48. 218 220 W. Washintca St We are located now in our new store and while we are not "fixed up" as we hope to be in a few days, we will Le glad to have you como and see us. "U'e have many ad vantage over the old place and will be very glad to "show you." DOamS BRGS., House Furnishoi'3. 22, C4, 20, 23 & fiO WEST WASH ING TON ST. ritoeuix, Arizona. Land Rdtjpfec! to Alfalfa and rrusr Orowmg IN SAN DISSGO COUNTY, CAL. n:in'h?i Hihl Siofknica from all over Fay it is a grand opsnintg-. Many aro now lo tv.tiTur wntn ljjov i hii hde all the water needed at a low rata, see RICE &. LEIGHTON.i AftKXTS FOl: IMI'KRIAT. UMI CO . SO North Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. i'-'T.mip' Bicycle and typewriters repaired. E, M. DEPEW & CO. Telephone 299 33 South First Avenue IS IS s ore closed Wednesday. 5 i 3 2 ! 5s Rent ;.n'". , )!.' .'..SI till I y of A h r;4 i.i . In -r3irn f r i Ii houso r k.-n p'iri l;, iiorccl iiv. i . 5 ; i ii ui u in i ji veil- dc-irah;.- Wanted- 1 He iiimnp T.V...1 I Ull.tl litiiti ui;t' r thv P;: rnn iiiifrr ht a in v.- imir room tri k lion - v. ii ii lutth . tv u n- r ht:-1 scrern i-:rr!i; $35 J.OO - on miiuI! :ntiry puyiiicnts. ("oniT-l- t- ly fiirnishvd o ani 7 room iioL.-L's. ciivtoiTH-r. The rent rc-'.'vj l ("ron hmise will Mi.n pn. for it. F. Tor Rent- our infants' department is replete with everything- that an infant can wear prettiist and daintiest little conceits, the inventive motners could conceive all of the many wished you couid obtain in this mark Pome of the genius of thing.- you s.i often Keady for Thursday. insiection mi TELEPHONE 1. H. Hutch ins &, Co. 13 313 FtliVi DLOZS..